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The fan runs at all time with the heat it is a intertherm unit

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The fan relay is bad. Need to get the model number of the unit and go the the Heating and Air Conditioning parts house and get a new one.

Posted on Dec 12, 2008

  • Ken Bledsoe Dec 17, 2008

    Did you get your unit fixed? ken

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